Wednesday, August 26, 2009

This is the sign outside the company in Fairview, TN.

Once this arrived in the parking lot, I have wanted to stop and take a photo. Don't ask me what it is as I have no clue. But it is neater than DIRT.
Front end of the jeep near the building.


Rear end of the jeep near the building.




Now the whole jeep with a covered one in the background.




Cool little building behind the Company.




Could not tell if this belonged to Vintage Jeep or Buried Treasures. It was out back in the tall weeds. This is as close as I wanted to go.






The store next to Vintage Jeep is Buried Treasures. I have not been in either but both look like a fun place to browse.
All these photos were taken Sunday on our drive down Highway 100 to Fairview and the TSC store. Had to get food for the wildlife. I plan to try some shelled birdseed like Abe Lincoln talked about on his blog in my flat feeder. The reason the hulls stop up the little holes in the bottom and it is a nasty chore to clean it.
(NOTE: Since Abe stopped bloggin there is a part missin to me mornins.)
Prince was very patience and made several stops on the way home so I could take photos. More photos in future post.
The Kitty Justice is that you never know what you will find of interest along a highway.








3 comments:

Merle said...

Dear Dianne ~~ What an interesting
post with all those photos. You never know what you will find.
G;ad you liked the ten differences
between cats and dogs. and the widdlebit Horth buyer. I am still
remaining upright. Take great care my friend, Love Merle.

Small City Scenes said...

I guess you will have to stop at Buried Treasures next time down that road. Old Army Jeeps---I wonder if anyone buys them. MB

Lady Di Tn said...

Merle
I am glad you liked the the things I found on our hwy 100. Peace

MB
I always check to see if Buried Treasures is open when I go by but if I am with Prince we will not stop as he does not care to browse as he has work to accomplish on the farm. I would think someone buys old jeeps otherwise why have the store. Peace